So that happened.
The Huskies had control of a game and were seemingly cruising to an lopsided win before stumbling, staggering and literally falling in the final minutes of a 67-66 defeat at Utah on Thursday night.
Another failure to finish and the deepening sense that Washington (12-8, 2-5 Pac-12) may not recover from this midseason downturn in which its loss six of the past eight games.
Here are three impressions.
HOPKINS IS RUNNING OUT OF ANWERS
Washington coach Mike Hopkins admitted that this loss hurt more than all the others.